A Guide To Google+ Communities Brief Comparison With Facebook Groups Share
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Google+, the social network that was first predicted to end Facebook’s reign, and then to die a nameless death, is still alive and kicking and has just rolled out its latest feature - Google+ Communities. Google+ Communities are groups of interest that any Google+ user can create. Like all other social communities, it allows you to create public and private groups, or moderated public groups. You can add events, share images or videos, and post messages. As a member of a group, you can invite other friends from your circles. To join private communities, you either need to receive an invite, or you can send a request to join. Anyone can join a public community, but for moderated public communities, your request to join must first be approved. This new addition has its own search feature that allows you to discover communities of your interest, and a personal search feature that allows you to search within a community.

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